Solids are single coloured scarves that display our obsession for quality and craftsmanship. These simple and elegant scarves are a result of deft weaving and careful dyeing of yarn to ensure consistency of texture and tone of colours.
Our solids are woven in twill, plain and basket weaves in various thickness; and are available in six colours: Pink (Baker-Miller); Burgundy; Khaki; Garnet; Steel Grey; and Caramel.

#16 - Caramel

This single coloured scarf woven deftly with hand-dyed yarn displays our obsession for quality and craftsmanship. It has taken immense care to ensure soft…

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#23 - Grey (black selvedge)

This single coloured scarf woven deftly with hand-dyed yarn displays our obsession for quality and craftsmanship. It has taken immense care to ensure soft…

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#22 - Brown (red selvedge)

This single coloured scarf woven deftly with hand-dyed yarn displays our obsession for quality and craftsmanship. It has taken immense care to ensure soft…

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#17 - Grey

This single coloured scarf woven deftly with hand-dyed yarn displays our obsession for quality and craftsmanship. It has taken immense care to ensure soft…

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#18 - Hill Brown

This single coloured scarf woven deftly with hand-dyed yarn displays our obsession for quality and craftsmanship. It has taken immense care to ensure soft…

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#14 - Burgundy

This single coloured scarf woven deftly with hand-dyed yarn displays our obsession for quality and craftsmanship. It has taken immense care to ensure soft…

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#15 - Pink

This single coloured scarf woven deftly with hand-dyed yarn displays our obsession for quality and craftsmanship. It has taken immense care to ensure soft…

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Houndstooth, named so because of the repeating geometric block comprising protruding teeth-like pattern, seems to have been first created, by many accounts, in Scotland in the early 19th century.  One of the most popular tessellations, it is formed by applying technical weaving pattern, which is particularly challenging on handloom since any error is likely to stand out glaringly.

#28 - Indigo

The pattern on this scarf is called houndstooth, named so because of the repeating geometric block comprising protruding teeth-like pattern…

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#26 - Black

Houndstooth, named so because of the repeating geometric block comprising protruding teeth-like pattern, seems to have been first created, by many accounts, in Scotland…

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#27 - Red

The pattern on this scarf is called houndstooth, named so because of the repeating geometric block comprising protruding teeth-like pattern…

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Checks are the most natural pattern for weaving, which essentially is interlacing two sets of yarn - warp and weft - at right angles. The variety of checks is quite diverse from simple (Gingham) to complex (Scottish plaids or Madras checks); from two colours to as many as you wish and can imagine to mix!

We keep things simple but elegant and focus on Gingham and Shepherds checks.

#36 - Indigo

Checks are the most natural pattern for weaving, which essentially is interlacing two sets of yarn – warp and weft – at right angles. The…

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#37 - Black

Checks are the most natural pattern for weaving, which essentially is interlacing two sets of yarn – warp and weft – at right angles…

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